When comparing Roccat Tyon vs Steelseries Sensei, the Slant community recommends Roccat Tyon for most people. In the question“What is the best gaming mouse?” Roccat Tyon is ranked 15th while Steelseries Sensei is ranked 26th.
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Pro Many keys, 1D analog stick, illumination, good sensor
Pro Full Linux support
Roccat has good Linux drivers.
There are many settings including acceleration, polling rate, and others that can be changed from software or the built-in LCD. You can customize the 7 buttons to do whatever you like.
Pro CPI switching
You can change between 2 different DPI settings via a convenient button located below the scroll wheel.
Both right-handed and left-handed people can use the mouse.
Con No MAC OS drivers available
This is a common con for many gaming mouses. But since the mouse buttons can be bound to direct input events, lack of drivers can be overcome.
Con Functions cut down if not using Roccat keyboard
There are extra features with the Easy-Shift[+] thumb button but a Roccat keyboard has to paired with the mouse to utilize them.
Con Bad driver software
The driver software is buggy and crashes often.
Con Somewhat poor grip
The material the mouse is made up of can be slick especially when using with sweaty hands, something that often happens with prolonged use.